Rain wreaks havoc in Raigad- 36 lives buried in landslide: Rescue underway- In many districts of Maharashtra including Mumbai, there is a flood-like situation due to incessant rains. Many rivers are also flowing above the danger mark. Raigad and Ratnagiri districts of Konkan region are the worst affected due to rains and floods. So far 36 people have died in three landslides in Raigad. Apart from the local administration, teams of NDRF and Navy have also been deployed for the rescue. Train services have also been canceled on many routes due to the floods. At the same time, water has entered the sanctum sanctorum of Bhimashankar, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas located in Pune. 3 people have died while 7 people are said to be injured in the building collapse in Govandi area of Mumbai. Western Naval Command Mumbai has sent food rescue teams and helicopters to assist the administration in the rescue of the people trapped in the floods. Seven naval rescue teams have been sent by road to Ratnagiri and Raigad districts.
36 killed in landslide in Raigad
Rain has caused the most havoc in Maharashtra Raigad. 36 have died in landslides at three places here. The Indian Navy has taken pictures of the affected areas during the aerial survey, in which most of the area is seen to be completely submerged.
Rescue with the help of rope in Kolhapur, stranded people were taken to a safe place
At the same time, people are facing a lot of problems due to heavy rains and floods on roads and railways. Explain that the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) had to be called for rescue work and to help the administration. At the same time, PM Narendra Modi has assured CM Uddhav Thackeray of all possible help.